How is your wedding planning going so far? Have you already decided on the date? The first and most important part of the wedding plans is narrowing down to a date that both of you agree on. It’s certainly no easy thing to do as there are way too many aspects to consider, but once you get it fixed, you can begin with the rest of the plans such as the location, the food, the music, the guest list, that’s a difficult one, and of course, last but certainly not least, your wedding dress.
What’s a bride to be’s biggest problem? I sure hope the answer to this question isn’t the groom. No, one of the most thought-consuming parts of the wedding preparation for the bride is her wedding dress. There are just so many options to choose from with offers from different stores and tailors. It is easy to see why this is a very difficult task for the bride and the constant input from others isn’t of much help either. So how do you choose the right wedding dress?
There isn’t much we can do to help you except to encourage you to trust your gut and choose whatever makes you the happiest. You want something modern that breaks traditions? Go for it. People will try to advise you against it but in the end, it is you who will wear it and it is you who should decide what makes you happy. Same goes for traditional options. If you like it, wear it!
But what if you want to wear a dress that comes from the Indian culture? Some parts of India have the bride wear a gharara or a sharara suit on her wedding day. Basically these two are incredibly similar, in fact there is only a slight difference between them where the sharara is like a long skirt with a beautiful fall whereas the gharara is more similar to a farshi pajama. Regardless of your choice, you should know that either of these types of dresses can look spectacularly elegant. In fact, the goal of today’s collection of 15 Mesmerizing Sharara Suits For Your Indian Wedding is to show you beautiful examples of sharara suits that are going to put the spotlight on you. Enjoy!